The home has gone through a remarkable transformation, incorporating a mountain of upgrades and designer finishes.
Waterside Beacon at 190 Beacon St. is a beautiful Colonial Revival doorman building in the Back Bay. Unit 3-4 sold on Jan. 11 for $2,760,000.
This upper-level duplex has three bedrooms and two-and-half baths. There is plenty of space in this home with 2,455 square feet of luxury.
Located on the third and fourth floors of a brownstone originally built in 1870, this home has been generously renovated, yet maintains all the historic grandeur for which the Back Bay is so well known, including living and family rooms with soaring ceilings, intricate crown molding, beautiful fireplaces and oversized windows.
The home has gone through a remarkable transformation, incorporating a mountain of upgrades and designer finishes. The beautiful custom Bulthaup kitchen will bring a smile to those who enjoy preparing meals. The kitchen features top-of-the-line appliances including a Sub-Zero wine refrigerator and Calacatta Marble counters.
The dining area is a delight with plenty of space and great views. The living room is a wonderful blend of old world charm mixed with all the luxury of today.
The master bedroom is generous and with its large windows, it is easy to savor the views of the outside world.
Additional restorations include new oak floors and fresh Farrow and Ball paint throughout. The HVAC has been updated and the bathrooms have Waterworks fixtures and radiant heated floors. The hearths have had an up-lift with new fireplace mantels.
The new owners secure a tandem garage parking space.
The listing agent for this home was Tracy Campion of Campion & Company Fine Homes Real Estate and the buyer’s agent was Paige Yates of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
The Back Bay is a lot more than a being a trendy area for shopping and dining. Some of the city’s most recognizable landmarks are found in this neighborhood, including the Boston Public Library’s main branch, the Hancock Tower, the Prudential Center and the Back Bay Architectural District.
There’s no shortage of schools here. The Bay Back is home to the famous Berklee College of Music, the Boston Conservatory and the Boston Architectural College.
The Bay Back is also a great place for people who like open space. Nearby is the Boston Common and Public Garden. At Waterside Beacon, the Charles River is easy to reach. Walking along the Charles River Esplanade is an esthetically pleasing opportunity to get lots of fresh air and exercise.